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Bruce Willis’ Daughters Speak Out After Heartbreaking Health Update

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Two of Bruce Willis’ daughters with ex-wife Demi Moore are speaking out after Emma Heming’s heartbreaking admission that “it’s hard to know” whether the actor knew about his frontotemporal dementia diagnosis.

“I truly couldn’t be more proud of (Emma Heming Willis) for stepping out into the public eye (even though it’s terrifying!!!) to share our family’s story in the service of raising awareness about of FTD,” said the two scouts. and Tallulah wrote on their respective Instagram stories, with a link to Heming’s own post about the experience.

“Emma, ​​you are such a champion of this cause and you inspire me EVERY F—ING DAY with your courage and deep love. Your courage moves mountains.”

BRUCE WILLIS’ WIFE SAYS ‘IT’S HARD TO KNOW’ IF THE ACTOR UNDERSTANDS HIS DEMENTIA DIAGNOSIS

Bruce Willis with his daughters Scout, 32, left, and Tallulah, 29. (Instagram of scout LaRue Willis | Tallulah Willis Instagram)

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Willis has another daughter, Rumer, with Moore.

Bruce Willis poses with his ex-wife and their three daughters and his new wife Emma Heming Willis at Demi Moore's book launch

Bruce Willis poses with his ex-wife Demi Moore and their three daughters, as well as his second wife Emma Heming Willis. (Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images)

“I knew for a long time that something was wrong,” Tallulah, 29, recently revealed in an article she wrote for Vogue magazine.

“It started with a sort of vague insensitivity, which the family blamed on Hollywood hearing loss: ‘Speak up! ‘Die Hard’ ruined Dad’s ears.’ Later, this insensitivity expanded and I sometimes took it personally. He had two babies with my mother-in-law, Emma Heming Willis, and I thought he had lost interest in me. Although it didn’t “Couldn’t have been further from the truth, as a teenager my brain tortured itself with erroneous calculations: I’m not beautiful enough for my mother, I’m not interesting enough for my father,” she said. added.

Bruce Willis in a classic tuxedo kisses his wife Emma Heming Willis on the cheek, in a black dress

During an appearance on the “Today” show, Emma Heming Willis admitted “it’s hard to know” how much Bruce Willis understands about his condition. (Larry Busacca/VF14/WireImage/Getty Images)

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Heming has been married to Willis since 2009. The couple share daughters Mabel, 11, and Evelyn, 9.

“We are a very honest and open family,” Heming told Hoda Kotb during her Monday appearance on the “Today” show. “The most important thing was… to say what the disease was. Explain what it is because when you know what the disease is from a medical point of view, it all makes sense,” Heming said of disclosing her husband’s diagnosis to the couple’s children. .

“So it was important that we let them know what it was because, you know, I don’t want there to be any stigma or shame related to their father’s diagnosis or any form of dementia.”

Bruce Willis is surrounded by his family outside on the patio for his birthday, from left: Emma, ​​Evelyn, Tallulah, Bruce, Scout, Mabel, Demi and Rumer

Bruce Willis was joined by his family, including his five daughters, to celebrate his 68th birthday in March. (Emma Heming WillisInstagram)

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“What I’m learning is that dementia is hard. It’s hard on the person diagnosed. It’s hard on the family, too. And it’s no different for Bruce, myself, or our daughters .” Heming shared. “And when they say it’s a ‘family illness,’ it really is.”

Willis announced that he had been diagnosed with aphasia in 2022, prompting the actor to retire. In March 2023, the Willis family said his condition had developed into frontotemporal dementia.

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